According to the TOS; https://www.fiverr.com/terms_of_service
Section “Ownership”, Copyright is transferred to the buyer, “the delivered work shall be the exclusive property of Buyer, and Seller assigns all rights, title and interest in the delivered work”
unless the gig gas “Commercial License”, in which case copyright is retained by the seller and only a license given to the buyer, see section “Gig Commercial Use License”, “For the avoidance of doubt, the Seller retains all ownership rights”.
So therefore the Gigs marked with Commercial License are not transferring ownership nor are the same gigs when this option is not paid for, but perversely the ones silent on the issue DO transfer ownership!
When you pay for a gig, what you are paying for is listed, except for the fact that the transfer of ownership is NOT mentioned whenever commercial license is absent. So how do you actually PROVE you’ve received ownership, eg in a later legal dispute. Sure, you can cite the TOS - but seller’s gigs change and so do their descriptions and offers. Furthermore, some sellers have multiple gig listings which differ over things like “commercial license”.
I guess one answer is to clarify first with the seller, but it seems dumb to have to do this.